Leah Remini, Mike Rinder, and the Aftermath Another Chanologist sent me a text this morning saying that Mike Rinder had posted on his blog that Leah's new show would be reaching far and wide to gather stories from people who had been run through the cult's gut-wrenching, meat-grinding policies which are all designed to Keep Scientology Working. The show wants to paint a picture of what people go through when they go against Scientology. But Rinder makes it perfectly CLEAR that only ex-Scientologists need apply to tell their stories. Critics who were never Scientologists are not being asked to come forward. By the way? The "clear" pun was intended. There isn't much fun when it comes to Scientology so we must laugh when we can even if the jokes are stupid. Leah Remini cried out saying she hoped that people would start coming forward to do something about Scientology. It was obvious she was calling out for everyone to help and not just people who had been in the cult. There are some very good reasons why more people don't become anti-Scientology activists. Scientology is evil and frightening. It is the fanciest slave ring sitting under a pyramid scheme that you'll ever see! Monstrous buildings with extravagant furnishings are kept up-and-running by slaves and blood money extorted from members until they literally have nothing left to give. Scientology is willing to do anything to keep that money rolling in. The cult doesn't ever just ignore a critic. Scientology has a scorched-earth policy bolstered by a seemingly endless supply of filthy lucre to keep destroying critics. Leah's show is wonderful. It's shining a light on the evil that is Scientology. And I am sure that Scientology is fairgaming everyone associated with the show in the hopes of shutting it down. I'm sure they're fairgaming all those people because fairgame incidents are being reported by quite a few of my fellow critics who were never in the cult and I am including myself in that mix. The incidents are varying in severity from a bird murdered and left where it would be seen to vehicles being messed with in big ways to being signed up for disgusting sex sites. Those are just the incidents we're hearing about. What Leah and Rinder don't seem to want to address is that every critic faces the same wrath whether they were in the cult or not. If Leah and Rinder want more people to get on their bandwagon to bring this cult down then they are going to have to start acknowledging and thanking the non-Scientologists who have risked their lives and livelihoods to try and stop Scientology. Every Scientology critic becomes stuck in the cult's aftermath and it's time for exes to acknowledge that.